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‘Good Morning America’ Host Robin Roberts Will Anchor ABC NFL Draft Coverage

Ironically, a woman named after a baseball player will host ABC’s opening night presentation for the 2019 National Football League draft, marking its first coverage of the annual player dispersal. Good Morning America's Robin Roberts will be live from Nashville on Thursday, April 25 starting at 8 PM ET on ABC and via streaming. Roberts will host the prime-time broadcast of Round 1, joined on a separate set by co-host Rece Davis and the crew from College GameDay Built by Th… Read

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USC Athletic Director Lynn Swann Won’t Resign In Wake Of College Bribe Scandals

University of Southern California athletic director Lynn Swann is facing calls to step down in the wake of a college admissions bribery scandal that has ensnared several people from his department, as well as actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin. Swann said he first learned of the bribery problems on Friday from an early morning phone call.  The administrator on the line told him that senior associate athletic director Donna Heinel had been taken into custody in… Read

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President Donald Trump Tweetstorm – The Saturday Edition

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It was “round up the usual suspects” on Saturday for President Donald Trump’s Twitter feed. The early returns commentary on the President’s veto Friday of the joint resolution by Congress blocking his Emergency Declaration was spotlighted by Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs, with former ICE director Thomas Homan and the social media team of Diamond & Silk providing pro-Trump commentary on the President’s first veto. President Trump also weighed in with some outside… Read

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Southern Poverty Law Center, Winner Of Two Oscars, Fires Founder Morris Dees

A controversial nonprofit organization that has won two Academy Awards for its civil rights documentaries and has been a consultant on hate crimes to many TV shows has fired its founder and leader today. The Southern Poverty Law Center said it has fired founder Morris Dees, citing unspecified misconduct by the 82-year-old, who started the organization in 1971. “As a civil rights organization, the SPLC is committed to ensuring that the conduct of our staff reflects the… Read

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Kentucky High Schooler Suing CNN For $275M Wants NBC, AP, Bill Maher Next

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Having gone after The Washington Post and today CNN, Nicholas Sandmann's lawyers are gearing up to whack a major media outlet "every few weeks or month." "Certainly we're looking very closely at NBC, we're looking very closely at AP, we're looking very closely at HBO for the conduct of Bill Maher, and we're looking at some of the people like Kathy Griffin who sent out these horrible tweets," Todd McMurtry told Fox News Channel’s The Story with Martha MacCallum… Read

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SNL: Stereotypical Actor Casting Gets Spanked On ‘Can I Play That?’

Hollywood is the land of hopes and dreams, but it definitely lives within a set of rules. Never is that more clear than with the advent of Twitter, where opinions flow and instant judgments are final. Saturday Night Live took that one step further with its parody game show Can I Play That? On the show, three working actors are questioned about who, exactly, can play a potential role – Michael Jackson, Caitlyn Jenner, an astronaut, the President of the United… Read

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President Donald Trump Twitter – The Sunday Edition

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It’s Sunday morning, which means political analysis on current events dominates the morning talk shows. Face The Nation, This Week, Meet The Press and President Donald Trump’s Twitter feed are all part of the menu. The Commander-in-Tweet again stated his case this morning for his own fabulousness, touting his economic achievements and historical record. The tub-thumping has become a regular feature of the Trump tweetstorm, which rewards friends, punishes enemies, touts… Read

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President Trump Hits Back Hard At TV Pundit Ann Coulter: “Wacky Nut Job”

President Donald Trump has lashed out against media commentator Ann Coulter, the woman who once wrote a book lauding his 2016 campaign, calling her a “wacky nut job” for criticizing his approach to border control. Coulter, a frequent television and radio presence, wrote In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome, a New York Times best-seller that asked conservatives, moderates, and disgruntled Democrats to embrace Trump. However, Coulter has lately been on the attack against… Read

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‘Captain America’ Chris Evans Gets Surprise Salute From Congressman Dan Crenshaw

Captain America met Congressman America this week on Capitol Hill, as actor Chris Evans, who plays the red, white and blue hero in the movies, met with House Rep. Dan Crenshaw on Friday. Crenshaw had a surprise for Evans. The Texas congressman, who lost an eye during combat service in Afghanistan, showed off a glass eye with the famous Captain America logo. He memorialized the moment later in a tweet. “When Captain America sees your Captain America glass eye.” Crenshaw is… Read

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Corey Feldman Changes Stance On Michael Jackson Doc ‘Leaving Neverland’

Corey Feldman has softened his position on the Michael Jackson HBO documentary Leaving Neverland. After calling the film “one sided” in a Monday interview – before Part II aired – and experiencing a firestorm of online criticism, Feldman came back two days later to say it’s very important to consider all sides of the documentary’s contentions. Feldman was friends with Jackson, and now says he can no longer defend him. Declaring that it has been "a very emotional time for… Read

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Roseanne Barr Attacks #MeToo, Hollywood, Kamala Harris In Candace Owens Interview

A new interview with defrocked TV star Roseanne Barr claims the originators of the #MeToo movement are “Hos” and had harsh words for Sen. Kamala Harris, Christine Blasey Ford and others. In an interview with Fox News host Candace Owens on the Candace Owens Show, Barr let loose with a verbal slam on the women whose stories created the worldwide movement against sexual harassment. "They're pretending that they didn't go to trade sexual favors for money," Barr said, asking… Read